fire safety

It’s easy to assume contractors, tradesmen and craftsmen are continually found on the road, traveling from place to place, rendering their skills wherever there’s work to be found. But the larger jobs, those that require multi-year commitments or specialist equipment are often localized, and for good reason. Of course, the example of a construction site Read more

Watts offers “Industrial Pipe Solutions: The Science Behind Making the Right Choice,” an ASPE-accredited webinar worth 0.1 CEUs. Many types of industrial facilities have specific drainage requirements for sanitation, contamination, chemical resistance, temperature, mechanical stress, and fire safety. The right choice of drainage materials, methods, and attention to proper engineering practices can help to mitigate Read more

Work safety should be a key priority on any manufacturing or production floor. There is all manner of risks that you, as a manager or employer, should be ready to tackle. However, for as much as things such as slipping hazards and mechanical risk get attention, sometimes other types of safety, like fire safety, can Read more

Hazardous workplaces are those that involve industrial machinery and work. This includes construction sites, mechanical garages, and any industry that deals with oil, gas, water, and fire. If you worry about hazards at work, then there are many ways to reduce that worry.  Firstly, you can enquire about professional training so you know what hazards Read more

Every contractor has a variety of risks at any given moment. Sometimes those risks are heightened depending on the location of the work, and the project taking place.  Even experienced contractors need to be aware of the possibilities.  Most venues like hotels, restaurants, and hospital buildings will have a range of fire risk prevention, fire Read more